Armand is An American actor with the name of Douglas Hammer. Son of entrepreneur Michael Armand Hammer and great-grandson of oil magnate Armand Hammer, he debuted as an actor in several television series as a guest star.
Following many assault charges against him last year, Armie lost favor. He lost his part in films like “The Offer” and “Jennifer Lopez’s Shotgun Wedding” because his agency, WME, dumped him.
On August 28, 1986, in Santa Monica, California, Armie Hammer was given the name Armand Douglas Hammer. His father, Michael, owns numerous other companies in addition to Armand Hammer Productions and Knoedler Publishing, and his mother, Dru Ann, worked as a loan officer for a bank.
When Armie was 7 years old, the family—which also includes Armie’s younger brother, Viktor—moved to the Cayman Islands after residing there for a brief period. Before relocating back to Los Angeles, they stayed for five years.
Hammer attended Los Angeles Baptist High School, Faulkner’s Academy, and Grace Christian Academy in the Cayman Islands. However, he left school in his junior year to concentrate on his acting career (although he did take classes at UCLA and Pasadena City College at his parents’ urging). Hammer’s father founded Grace Christian Academy, which is where he also attended school.
After he stopped attending school, Armie’s parents originally rejected him; nevertheless, he has said that they later came to embrace his career.
Hammer was related to the actress and singer Olga Vadimovna Vadina.
Net Worth and Salary for Armie Hammer
An estimated $100,000 is Armie Hammer’s net worth. The Social Network by David Fincher, in which Armie Hammer played the identical Winklevoss twins, was the film that initially made him famous (2010).
Armie’s debut performance was as Student #2 on an episode of the Emmy-winning FOX sitcom “Arrested Development,” and he later appeared as a guest star on “Veronica Mars” (2006) and “Desperate Housewives” (2007) before landing the part of televangelist Billy Graham in the 2008 film “Billy: The Early Years.”
Rumors Say Actor Is Marketing Timeshares in The Cayman Islands
A tweet from a few days ago went viral, including Armie’s image as the Morritt’s Resort concierge on a booklet.
“My friend’s parents were on vacation in the Cayman Islands and Armie Hammer was their concierge,” the now-deleted tweet from the Twitter user allegedly stated.
The hotel, which later refuted the allegations, and its workers, who spoke on the condition of anonymity for this article, informed Variety that the poster was just a practical joke played by the resort’s staff, with who the actor had been acquainted.
Later, images taken by Armie at Morritt’s Resort in the Cayman Islands appeared online. He can be seen walking into the office of the resort in a photograph.
Following this, TMZ released images with the claim that Armie is a “timeshare marketer,” along with supporting evidence.
Armie is allegedly marketing timeshares for Morritt’s and Variety now claims that a source has confirmed this.
He is a timeshare salesman that works at the resort. “The source reportedly stated that he is seated in a cubicle. The truth is that he is completely penniless and is attempting to fill his days with work so he can pay his family’s bills.
To the Rumours, Armie’s Attorney Replies
Andrew Brettler, Armie’s lawyer, said he couldn’t confirm or refute the rumor because Armie hadn’t addressed it when Entertainment Weekly contacted him on Wednesday, July 13.
I just think it’s ridiculous that the media is making fun of him for working a “regular job” if he is marketing timeshares. Why is this happening?
Brettler reportedly informed Variety that the flyer was “false” when the publication first approached him for a comment on it.
In 2008, two years after they first met, Armie started dating TV personality, Elizabeth Chambers. On May 22, 2010, they got married, and on December 1st, 2014, Harper and January 15th, 2017, Ford, respectively, were born into the family. Hammer and Chambers established a bakery in San Antonio, Texas, in 2012, and a second Bird Bakery facility in Dallas the following year.
Armie disclosed in an August Instagram post that he had lived with his buddy Ashton Ramsey for the previous two months and had been working in construction with Ramsey throughout the Coronavirus epidemic after the pair announced they were divorcing in July 2020.
Additional allegations of sexual abuse
Armie was charged with a long variety of strange crimes in 2021 involving numerous women. One woman alleged that Armie had cut an “A” into his pelvis and suggested—supposed to be serious—having a rib surgically removed so he could eat it.
Messages purportedly exchanged by Armie and featuring descriptions of desires of rape and cannibalism were purportedly shown in screenshots on an unidentified Instagram account. When he was married to Elizabeth Chambers, the texts allegedly were sent between 2016 and 2020.
Armie later retracted from two movies and two television shows after refuting the accusations. He was apparently no longer represented by his agency, WME. He eventually lost his publicist as well. There are rumors that he reshot scenes for several films in which he had already shot them.